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The New York Trilogy Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Locked Room, Chapters 3-4 Summary

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The Locked Room, Chapters 3-4 Summary

The writer procrastinated beginning the review of Fanshawe's work. After several days, he began to organize the materials and he organized it in chronological order. After a week, he asks Sophie to dinner. The writer tried to keep the conversation on a business level concerning the works of Fanshawe. Sophie says that she trusts him to make the proper decisions concerning Fanshawe's work. She is happy to leave all the detains to him.

The writer contacts and editor at one of the large publishing companies. The editor, Stuart Green, had been school friend of his and Fanshawe's. He turns over Fanshawe's big novel, Neverland, and two weeks later Green says he is impressed by the book. His company agrees to publish the book. The writer also arranges to have some of the plays produced. Even though he receives twenty...

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